Welcome to Lesson 10 of “Drawing Secrets Revealed” which will give you a thorough foundation for drawing landscapes! Landscapes are some of the most beautiful, compelling subjects to draw, which is why it’s its own genre in art. This lesson will teach you a simple framework to understand landscapes, as well as common exceptions and observations that will enable you to critically evaluate any landscape you see. I go into more detail about aerial/atmospheric perspective so you can accurately communicate perspective in your landscapes, no matter their depth of field. By the end of this lesson, I guarantee you will see landscapes in a whole different way than you did before, and you’ll probably be raring to find a beautiful landscape to draw because now you’ll know how!
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